The performers from Saturday's concert
Six talented young musicians performed in a A Musical Evening at St Mary's Church, Sulhamstead on Saturday. The event was organised by Berkshire Music and Arts, a not for profit organisation that encourages and nurtures the talent of local young musicians, actors and writers.
The evening was enjoyed by a packed church who saw a varied programme of works by well known and lesser known composers played by musicians aged from 11 to mid teens. The finale consisted of two works played by a quartet of adult saxophonists.
Berkshire Music and Arts director Michelle Cane said "We feel very lucky to have such amazing musicians perform for us, so a very big thank you!"
All proceeds from the concert will go towards the Berkshire Music and Arts festival, to be held at Ufton Court in January.
For more information on Berkshire Music and Arts please visit their website www.berksmusicandarts.org.uk or contact Michelle at email@example.com
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